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Sleeping Giant has premiered their new music video for “Tithemi” HERE. Capturing the band’s explosive live performance and impassioned crowd interactions, the video was filmed over two continents including South America and the US. Guitarist Eric Gregson says, “This is Sleeping Giant in our element and our worship in its proper context. It doesn’t get more raw than this.”

More often than not when I’m eagerly anticipating the release of a record I end up disappointed; on almost every occasion the release does not live up to the hype. There’s an exception to every rule though and Kingdom Days in an Evil Age is just that. As a long time Sleeping Giant fan I couldn’t wait to sink my teeth into this disc and thankfully after a once through I was not disappointed in the least.

As fans well know, metalcore outfit Sleeping Giant are just days away from releasing their new album, ‘Kingdom Days In An Evil Age’ (July 12th)! In anticipation of the release, the band is now premiering the album’s new music video, “Eyes Wide Open”, on AltPress.com. The track for the stunning video features guest vocals from one of the most recognizable frontmen in hardcore: Frankie Palmeri (Emmure). Click HERE to watch “Eyes Wide Open”, courtesy of AltPress.com!

Metalcore outfit Sleeping Giant are set to release their first album since joining ANGR with ‘Kingdom Days In An Evil Age’ (July 12th). In preparation for the album’s release, the band has now teamed up with Gun Shy Assassin for a second single premiere, “Eyes Wide Open”, which features Frankie Palmeri (Emmure) on guest vocals. Click HERE to hear “Eyes Wide Open”, courtesy of Gun Shy Assassin!

I have been a fan of Sleeping Giant since their debut release Dread Champions of the Last Days was released back in 2007. I have been captivated and more than enthralled by the muscle and the fervor that the band, especially the vocalist Thom Green, puts into each and every song. With the release of their sophomore disc, Sons Of Thunder, Sleeping Giant have kicked things up a notch. This is a much more mature record that really highlights their growth as songwriters and musicians and the best thing about it is that their passion and intensity has been amped up as well.